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Breath support is required in order to articulate a voiced fricative consonant with vibrancy.
Thus, an identical loss in d' sensitivity would produce a smaller dB SNR change for a consonant with a steep performance/intensity (P/I) function than for a consonant with a shallow P/I function.
Vowel marks (VM) or half-vowels are also used in modifying a consonant with a vowel sound.
These figures don't tell us much, except that it is difficult to find a word-final affixal consonant with a closure, and that if we want to find evidence to back up the 2002 findings for the disjunct boundary, we'll have to look further.
But Eccollo then ran into the back of Glenbuck, and he appeared to clip the heels of that horse and come down, bringing Consonant with him.
surfaces before a homorganic consonant with the same voicing value, as in puerta [e[?
Affirming the dignity of each human being, it supports the maximization of individual liberty and opportunity consonant with social and planetary responsibility.
The churches also said they can "affirm together the teaching that God has taken the Blessed Virgin Mary in the fullness of her person into his glory as consonant with Scripture.
The subtle black line defining the faces of these sixteenth-century thinkers recalls prints from that era, and the carved frames that surround the two portraits are consonant with the style of the works.
The non-linear representation of SCF can be expressed through the association of a consonant with the vacant nuclear position left by vowel syncope, as in (10) and (11) below.
policy is not in the interests of the ordinary Israeli, it is true that the Israeli elite sees its interests consonant with that of the U.
They "still believe that [the] report did address plausible hypotheses, was valid in its conception and conduct, was circumspectly reported and is consonant with much material published both before and since.